|Location||Corporate Avenue, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang Muntinlupa City, Philippines|
|Opening date||May 15, 1998|
|Developer||Filinvest Development Corporation|
|Management||Filinvest Development Corporation|
|No. of stores and services||Over 500 specialty stores|
|No. of anchor tenants||6|
|Total retail floor area||200,000 (m²)|
|No. of floors||4|
|Website||Festival Supermall Official Website|
Festival Supermall or Festival Mall is a large shopping mall owned and operated by Filinvest Development Corporation's subsidiary - Filinvest Land, Inc. The mall is located at the sprawling and vibrant Filinvest Corporate City in Alabang Muntinlupa City, and is acknowledged as the first theme mall in the Philippines. The mall opened in the middle of May, 1998, and it became Filinvest’s flagship project, setting the standard for shopping centers in the south of Metro Manila. The whole Festival Supermall complex has an area of 20 hectares, the biggest mall in the south of Metro Manila, with the most number of tenants, and still remains as one of the largest malls in the Philippines.
The mall occupancy is up to 93 percent, with the average foot traffic of 100,000 people on weekdays, up to 250,000 on weekends, coming as far South as Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, and beyond. Festival Supermall is moving into the next phase of its masterplan.
Festival Supermall is the biggest of all current 5 malls in Muntinlupa City. It is located at the heart of Filinvest Corporate City, a major business district in Alabang. The mall can be easily accessed via South Luzon Expressway from Filinvest Exit, Alabang Exit, and South Station Exit, and also via the National Highway and Alabang-Zapote Road. Festival Supermall is also adjacent to some of the largest malls South of Metro Manila, namely Alabang Town Center, SM Southmall, and other prominent malls like Starmall Alabang (Formerly Metropolis) and Lianas Alabang.
Currently, Festival Supermall is the only mall in the Philippines with six anchor stores; Shopwise Supercenter, SM SaveMore, Robinsons Department Store, Ace Hardware, Handyman and Gameworks. Likewise, it has a provision for 600 specialty stores, boutiques and kiosks, a total of 2,300 hourly charged multi-level parking slots, various food outlets in the newly refurbished 1000-seat Food Junction and ten state-of-the-art cinemas. Festival Supermall is one of the few malls in Metro Manila that provides free parking for shoppers.
Festival Supermall was designed by a team of international experts in such a way that there will be maximum convenience for its shoppers, freedom of circulation, maximum visibility and ample exposure to the mall’s tenants. Because of this, the family is guaranteed the ultimate fun and excitement with shopping, dining and entertainment all under one roof. Festival Mall also offer amusement centers like Pixie Forest, X-Site, Gameworx, Kiddo Driving School, Festival Grand Station (terminus and only station of Junction Express), Grand Carousel, and Junction Express.
Mall Expansion 
Festival Supermall recently unveiled plans for a major expansion to fortify its position as the regional retail and recreation center south of Metro Manila.
Set to begin in the last quarter of 2011, the expansion will add eight hectares of gross floor area to the shopping complex, bringing its total to almost 30 hectares. The mall is looking forward at another 600 interesting and unique food and retail concepts on top of the 700 the mall currently has at the moment. This expansion will further boost Festival Supermall into a super regional center.
Major Entertainment Features 
Festival Supermall, aside from its anchor tenants, provides a wide array of entertainment for the whole family. This is the first and the only mall in the Philippines with an indoor theme park, that provides the convenience of entertainment and fun for the whole family, while shopping.
Located at the fourth floor, Gameworks, provides a night of cosmic bowling and billiards. It also has an arcade and a karaoke hub. Gameworx was closed in late December 2012.
Pixie Forest 
Located at Level 3, Pixie Forest has an "enchanted-themed" park, providing kiddie parties, family-group tour package, and corporate meetings and event package. Pixie Forest has the following rides and attractions: Fairy’s Wheel, Flying Dwarves mini planes, Elfin Waves water flume Ride, Funhouse attraction, Soft Play Area for toddlers, Token-operated mini cars and some video, skilled and redemption games.
Themed in carnival colors, this cyber playground offers high speed thrills and spins. X-treme Coaster gives you the highest roller coaster drop in the longest and biggest indoor coaster in the Philippines. Or get bump car spins in X-plo Drive. Race in go-kart Xyber Trax. Play the latest video arcade and skill games! Win points and exchange these for exciting prizes in the redemption booths.
Festival Grand Station 
Designed to resemble a whimsical American train station, located at Level 1, the thematic effect includes a depot, oil derrick, gas station, water tower, railroad crossing and traffic stop signs.
Kiddo Driving School 
Built on a sunken gas station, the Kiddo Driving School has a track for 16 mini race cars for children 3 to 12 years of age. Located at Level 1.
Festival Grand Carousel 
Reminiscent of a 19th century European double decker, this carousel has fantasy animals for rides. Aside from the usual carousel horse, there are elephants, swans, chicken, and giraffes. Located at Level 3.
Festival Bingo 
Try your luck of playing the game of bingo and win cash prizes, located at Level 4.
Festival Cinemas 
Festival Supermall has 10 state-of-the-art cinemas, providing a Digital Surround sound for an intense movie experience, located at Level 4.
Anchor Tenants 
- Shopwise Supercenter (Level 1)
- SM SaveMore Market (Level 1)
- Robinsons Department Store (Level 2)
- Ace Hardware (Level 3)
- Handyman (Level 3)
See also